- He said he was grateful to God for what he is going through, noting that he could not speak about it.
- He spoke on Thursday outside Shanzu Law Courts shortly after his release.
Pastor Ezekiel Odero thanked his followers for praying for him when he was in police custody.
He said he was grateful to God for what he is going through, noting that he could not speak about it.
He spoke on Thursday outside Shanzu Law Courts shortly after his release.
During the ruling earlier, Ezekiel was released on the condition that he reports to a police station once a week or as required by State.
He was also ordered to refrain from talking about the Shakahola issue.
The New Life Prayer Centre and Church preacher welcomed the congregants for a service.
"Na mimi nasema asante. Tuwe na ibada jumapili... Tutoe ibada ya shukrani," he said.
(I am thankful. Let us have a service on Sunday... We have a Thanksgiving service).
He further spoke a word of blessing on them.
"May the Lord of the heavens bless you. I can't say how but each of you in His own way," he said.
On their request, he prayed for the crowd that had gathered to welcome him, asking God to protect them.
"Jumapili ijayo iwe ni Jumapili iliyoojaa nyota," he prayed on.
The preacher was released on a Sh3 million bond or cash bail of Sh1.5 million.
Ezekiel is accused of crimes against humanity, and money laundering among other allegations.